lt’s disgusting how this is allowed. l’ve been here nearly three years and in that time they have chopped trees down and bulldozed.We had bats, jays, woodpeckers, foxes which we don’t see anymore. l think we are close enough so it’s an accident waiting to happen.Is that why they are affordable houses because nobody with any money would live that close?
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